Thanksgiving Maakies (click for larger)

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  1. TonyMillion says:

    Flat-Earthers got it hands down over Tea Partiers or Truthers.

  2. K. says:

    Ha: it’s either one way or the other. Either gabbys entire head is composed of one pixel, or I can zoom into the strip with the magnifying glass like a mandelbrot fractal. For what it’s worth, I prefer the latter, as your artwork is well worth a closer inspection. But how about a middle ground?

    • TonyMillion says:

      Download it into Photoshop and shrink it.

    • TonyMillion says:

      How are you viewing it? When I click it, it goes full screen. When I click it again, it zooms in. I’m using Safari or Firefox.

      • K. says:

        OK: I looked at it more closely, Tony. The images on the homepage are scaled to a standard size of 640 by 222. The actual image size is anywhere from 1800 to 2200 by 600 to 700.

        Do you like how this looks on the homepage? Would you want it sharper at the smaller size?

        • TonyMillion says:

          Duhhhh….huh?

          • TonyMillion says:

            >>Do you like how this looks on the homepage? Would you want it sharper at the smaller size?

            No and yes. Help me.

          • K. says:

            Sure Tony, It’s the least I can do given that I’ve been enjoying this strip for longer than either of us can remember.

            The problem is that the full size image you post is being scaled down by the browser to fit the screen on the homepage. That’s what gives the image that squirrelly “chewed on” look.

            The size that your blogging software is setting for the image is 640 horizontal pixels by 222 vertical pixels. The simplest solution is for you to scale your scanned image using photoshop to fit that size. Then post the image. Now here’s the rub. If you don’t get the image THAT EXACT SIZE the browser will do more of it’s scaling nonsense and we’ll be back to where we started. But try this first, and see. I will email you privately with an address so we can continue this discussion outside the comments.

          • TonyMillion says:

            K, I just tried that. It’s crisp for the home page but when it’s blown up to the larger size it’s ruined. These are meant to be thumbnails. Are you clicking on them?

          • TonyMillion says:

            From now on I’ll set them to 100 dpi rather than 150. It’s still larger than my window, but it’s nice and sharp

          • K. says:

            OK, What you need to do now is link to the full size image when you click on the image at the homepage. This is to say; have two entirely separate images, one for the homepage at low res, and one for the expanded view. Now you have the best of both; and you get a reduction in your bandwidth usage to boot. Did you get my email?

          • TonyMillion says:

            I’m getting a headache. Yes, I answered your email, didn’t you get it?

        • TonyMillion says:

          I’m going to make the homepage image so small that the reader realizes it’s a thumbnail.

  3. Ricky says:

    Whenever I draw clouds I think “man, these clouds aint up to the Tony Millionaire standard”. Anyways, nice clouds.

  4. Y says:

    Did you draw the last two panels upside down? Not you, the paper, I mean.

  5. P5 says:

    I love this one

  6. Jeff Bryant says:

    The ” Road Trip” mini strip is great! I have a friend who is a police officer in Baltimore that was at an accident scene with an RV, and the guy said he couldn’t figure out why it crashed; he had put on the cruise control and gone to the back to get a beer! True story.

  7. Zack Mieth says:

    Oh my god, Mr. Millionaire..
    Have you been watching anime? Lol.
    What Drinky Crow does on the last panel of the… “tiny, little bottom strip” it totally animu.
    Lol.

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